This document is a commentary by Dr. Chelsea Gabel, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Well-Being, Community Engagement, and Innovation, at McMaster University. Dr. Gabel provides an overview of her program of research, the need to recognize Indigenous engaged research in the academy, and challenges faced as an Indigenous scholar.
This document provides an overview of the Indigenous methods and methodologies to improve research practices; ethical guidelines in Indigenous health research; appropriate ways to report Indigenous health outcomes; and unique knowledge and skills possessed by Indigenous scholars.
IDHC provides programs focusing on diabetes education, prevention, and management in Indigenous communities in Ontario, both on and off-reserve — serving First nation, Métis, and Inuit communities.
The School of Rehabilitation Science (SRS) offers innovative programs in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Language Pathology, Rehabilitation Science, and Health Management.
This document provides an overview of the smudging protocol for the burning of traditional and sacred medicines, scope of the smudging protocol, and relevant smudging procedures
This document published by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada is designed to provide key approaches, ideas, and background knowledge for health care providers, learners, and educators in caring for Indigenous Peoples
The following document is a summary of 94 Calls to Action to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation published by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
The following document is a summary of the findings from the Commission's final multi-volume report. The Final Summary Report provides an overview of what the Commission did, how it went about its work, as well as what was heard, read, and concluded about the Residential Schools based on the available evidence